Diáfano Launches Partnership With NYC Navigator to Assist Employees and Families in Learning Languages

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Diáfano and NYC Navigator have entered into a strategic partnership to give language access to relocated employees.

NYC Navigator and Diáfano have joined in a strategic partnership to help employees and their families learn a new language when they relocate. Diáfano is an award-winning language learning hub that helps organizations improve their work culture, champion DEIA, support limited English proficient employees, and provide professional development opportunities to other staff, all through the lens of language. Aside from language group classes within organizations, they provide 1:1 personalized studies and a self-paced, pre-recorded subscription program.

NYC Navigator is an award-winning, woman-owned relocation settling services company headquartered in Manhattan. They are the relocatee’s advocate in helping them to recreate their home. They also provide resources to ease the relocation process, including neighborhood familiarization, home-finding assistance, and top-notch social events.

Moving to a new city is exciting yet daunting. Learning a new language offers a distinct competitive advantage in the workplace, especially in a city like New York, where nearly 20% of the population is Spanish-speaking. Additional benefits include improved workplace wellness, improved workplace community, and the satisfaction of tackling a new way to connect with people—which are all reasons for learning a new language with Diáfano. The partnership not only offers employees a chance to learn a language through Diáfano’s learning hub, but it also gives them access to over 20 languages at a discounted price. Their spouses and children can also partake in Diáfano’s language programs, which include ASL, ESL, Spanish, Mandarin, and many more!

“I’m beyond excited to partner with NYC Navigator, an organization that is fully committed to giving comprehensive relocation assistance to families,” says Irma Cedeno Verdon, Founder & CEO of Diáfano. “The mission for both our companies is to improve people’s lives. For us at Diáfano, whether someone wants to practice their English conversation skills to achieve greater work opportunities, or pick up Spanish to interact with the Hispanic community in New York City, bettering people’s lives through language is something that we constantly strive to achieve. And for NYC Navigator, it’s about making a new city feel like home for those relocating here. Our vision is highly aligned.”

“As a serial language learner, who is passionate about the benefits of being multilingual, I am absolutely thrilled to be able to offer Diáfano’s programs to NYC Navigator’s clients,” says Brenda Levis, President of NYC Navigator. “Whether it’s for a transferring employee interested in learning local colloquialisms or for a partner ready to learn that new language they’ve been wanting to try, Diáfano offers practical solutions for all. Our organizations share the same belief that ‘learning a new language offers you the possibility to experience the world through new eyes.’ This is an incredible opportunity for our relocating employees.”

For more information, you can visit Diáfano at http://www.diafanomethod.com and NYC Navigator at http://www.nycnavigator.com.

Demos for Diáfano can be scheduled at https://diafanomethod.com/contact/

About Diáfano: Using an immersive methodology focused on social learning, Diáfano is the language platform of choice for organizations, schools, and individuals that want to create meaningful change through language. They offer over 20 languages and classes that range from industry-specific corporate programs to individualized training, as well as a language membership.

About NYC Navigator: Founded in 2005, NYC Navigator is an internationally recognized, award-winning, woman-owned Destination Services Provider based in New York City. They walk alongside the expatriate and their family throughout the entire relocation experience.

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